October 31, 2012
Soon, new e-mails will open in a chat-like window, mimicking Facebook's private-message-through-chat interface. One more step in Google's attempt to transform into a social network.
In honor of his 45th birthday, which happens to be today!
It's Halloween for pets too, you guys. Here is some serious inspiration.
Courtesy of designer department store Bergdorf Goodman.
It's already been a rough week — especially for East Coasters. Your nightcap needs to work a little harder than usual.
The Internet's favorite variety of ghost-sighting evidence comes in several forms. Some are more terrifying than others. Boo!
The president and the New Jersey governor toured the absolutely devastated New Jersey seaboard from Marine One Wednesday.
Remember that paparazzo that Kanye freaked out on because she asked him about Kim's ex, Reggie Bush? Well all's well that ends well because they made up at the airport today.
Disaster assistance, flood insurance subsidies amongst millions of dollars in funding millionaires have received after past disasters.
Without power or running water in downtown Manhattan, people were helping one another however they could, bonding with those they've lived alongside for years but have never bothered to know.
If you have makeup, you have a Halloween costume. If you still haven't bothered — or been able — to pick anything up, just do up your face with cosmetics you already have and you're good to go.
Happy Halloween from the nation's most mind-boggling couple.
The album that brought us together was the same one that inspired me to call it off.
"I refer to Governor Christie's remarks."
You guys are totally awesome. And totally nerdy. Collected here.
Hurricane Sandy doesn't care how much money you make or if you play for the Knicks.
The New Jersey Governor and the President are surveying the effects of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey today, but the two are not without their past differences.
Spoiler alert: It's AMAZING. One reporter shares her cuddle session with two 4-month-old walruses at the Alaska SeaLife Center before their transfer to the Indianapolis Zoo and New York Aquarium.
Half-million dollar ad campaign is part of last minute push by outside groups with six days left .
We thought so, but then Tumblr took it to a whole other level.
When two goalies fight, everyone wins.
Maybe you're eating mac 'n' cheese out of a box right now. It's probably great. But with just a tiny bit more effort, you could be having a hero's meal.
She had already tweeted a photo of her impressive costume so at least she got to show it off?
Serge Ibaka sings, Kendrick Perkins mean-mugs.
And the city would need to build 76 Brooklyn Bridges to carry all the new drivers.
"Whose face do you want to use to pick up poop?" A question for the ages.
THANK GOODNESS. There's finally something that's not completely cancelled in Manhattan — and it is going to be great.
Mergers lead to hate. Hate leads to anger. Anger gives way to hope. The Internet is torn between loathing of corporate takeover and wishing for a better future for the franchise.
New Jersey's governor came across as frank, impassioned, and utterly human during the hurricane, like a troubled action movie hero. So obviously, here is a fan fiction interpretation of his tweets.
Barely clothed, running for Senate the Scott Brown way.
At the Salon Du Chocolat fashion show in Paris, the clothes are (mostly) made of chocolate.
Hopefully they're meeting seven Helena Bonham Carters at the party.
He's a cow and she's...a sock monkey with a giant penis?
Watch as the massive tropical storm grows into the superstorm it became as hit New York and New Jersey on Monday night.
Major League Baseball Advanced Media was a tiny startup inside of a huge organization. Now it's not just on the brink of changing the game, but the rest of television with it.
Coffins were forced from the ground by rising flood waters in Maryland.
Abby is tired of Bronco Bamma and Mitt Romney alike. NPR pushed her over the edge.
Robin is a little overzealous this Halloween. Buzzfeed got an exclusive first look inside the pages of this gorgeous new digital series.
Remember when that sweet, sweet malfunction happened at this year's Emmys? That is Ellen's costume.
Conservatives like Cracker Barrel, while Red Bull leans left. Using data from its Trendsetter app, Engage analyzed "likes" from thousands of Facebook users to tie consumer choices to political preference and engagement.
Amendment by Rep. Jeff Flake would have ended funding for emergency operations centers that helped coordinate response to Sandy.
The new mom tweeted a photo of her beautiful baby boy, Macallister, as they attended YaBoo—the company's kiddy Halloween party.
"I will come on Morning Joe and I will shave off my mustache of 40 years if we lose any of those three states (Minnesota, Michigan, or Pennsylvania)," Obama's guru promises.
The Queens neighborhood was the most devastated in New York City. A fire triggered by Hurricane Sandy gutted almost 100 homes, leaving a giant scar on the tiny beachfront neighborhood. Miraculously, there are no reports of fatalities in Breezy Point.
"Let's not bury our heads in the sand when it comes to something has changed in the Atlantic. The climate has changed. It's called climate change, folks."
Horror soundtracks are usually dumping grounds for truly awful music, but these songs are the exception.
A scramble to depoliticize a political campaign, and $5,000 in supplies from Wal-Mart. "Just grab something."
"I hope the fact that I'm asking for criminal charges to be seriously considered will make him much less comfortable and much less smug," says Vallone
On the edge, then in command. Weighing safety, the obligations of leadership, and campaign strategy in a national crisis with "The Guv" riding shotgun and a band of brain-fried staffers and reporters in the back.
Anonymous texts sent from unregistered websites Tuesday night blasted cell phone users with messages attacking President Obama. The texts span in topic from Medicare to Libya to Planned Parenthood.
The NBA opened its season last night, and it's already a soap opera.
The MTA just released this footage of the water pouring into the tunnel last night. Nuts.
According the Houston Chronicle, the flier appeared at the apartment door of a person in Virginia, and was produced by the Americans for Tax Reform. Update A voter in Arlington, Virginia sends along a PDF of the flier that appeared at his door clearly showing the Americans for Tax Reform logo. Update An ATR spokesman comments "the photo you have is of a photocopy of a piece of mail we sent out in September. Someone is either trying to be cute or deliberately trying to mislead." Update An Americans for Tax Reform spokesman sends over an invoice to show the mailer was designed and paid for in September and a copy sent out in October.
Some New York Metro area people got creative before closing up.
A surreal and terrible scene at one of the country's most iconic beach neighborhoods.
So this is the opposite of Sad Keanu, I guess.
Lucas didn't just make Star Wars. Whether Disney will do anything with these latent IPs is anyone's guess.
New York City's most charming beachside community was one of the worst horror stories of Hurricane Sandy. How the residents are doing the day after.
"Who discovered Halloween?" And other queries from the users of WikiAnswers.
The Jersey Shore was hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy. These pictures speak for themselves.
Yikes. That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup.
Houses in pieces — some almost completely erased — in the coastal borough of Seaside Heights.
Which may lead to some odd pairings. George Lucas sold his production company to Disney for $4.05 billion.
The storm left a lot of weird stuff abandoned along New York's East River.
A new study shows that sharing your political views online doesn't necessarily increase your feeling that they matter.
A lot of the things you do when you don't wear a horse mask you can do when you do wear one.